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Places:

  • Llano Estacado.

Subjects:

  • Glacial epoch -- Llano Estacado.,
  • Paleontology -- Llano Estacado.

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Bibliography: p. 279-290.

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Statementassembled and edited by Fred Wendorf and James J. Hester.
SeriesPublication of the Fort Burgwin Research Center ;, no. 9
ContributionsWendorf, Fred., Hester, James J.
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LC ClassificationsQE697 .L295
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Paginationix, 290 p. :
Number of Pages290
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5061529M
LC Control Number74026222

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The Late Pleistocene is an unofficial sub-epoch in the international geologic timescale in chronostratigraphy, also known as Upper Pleistocene from a stratigraphic perspective.

It is intended to be the third division of the Pleistocene Epoch within the ongoing Quaternary Period. It is currently estimated to span the time between c.and c. 11, years ago. T1 - Archeology and late quaternary environments of the southern high plains.

AU - Johnson, Eileen. AU - Holliday, Vance T. PY - /12/1. Y1 - /12/1. N2 - The Late Quaternary archeological and paleoenvironmental records of the Southern High Plains are well preserved in the draws, dunes, and lake basins of the by: 7.

Late Pleistocene environments of the southern high plains,edited by Wendorf and Hester. Pleistocene Microfossils: 50+ images of Foraminifera; Stepanchuk V.N., Sapozhnykov I.V.

Nature and man in the pleistocene of Ukraine. ; Human Timeline (Interactive) – Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural History (August ). The following chapters turn to one specific portion of the Plains— the Southern High Plains of west Texas and eastern New Mexico—to consider the relationship between changing ungulate adaptations and human organization during the Paleoindian Period (12, to b.

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Equability in the late Pleistocene by Larry D. Martin and Jean (Bright) Martin. Late Pleistocene environments of the Southern High Plains book University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas Ecological interpretation of the Brown Wedge local fauna; in, Late Pleistocene Environments of the Southern High Plains, F.

Wendorf and J. Hester, eds.: Burgwin Research Center, Rancho de Taos, New Mexico. Glacier-dammed lakes and geological work of glacial superfloods in the Late Pleistocene, Southern Siberia, Altai Mountains.

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The late Quaternary (post-Blackwater Draw Formation) stratigraphic record of the Southern High Plains, which contains the in situ archaeological record, is found in draws, playas, salinas, and dunes (Harbour ; Hawley et al.

; Holliday a, a) (fig. The draws of the region are dry tributaries of the Red, Brazos, and Colorado. on the late Pleistocene environments of the southern High Plains. Bryant, Jr. has carried out continuing paleoenvironmental studies in central and lower Pecos Texas (cf.

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Stanford, Dennis J. "Paleoindian archaeology and late Pleistocene environments in the Plains and southwestern United States." in Ice Age People of North America: Environments, Origins, and Adaptations, edited by Bonnichsen, R.

and Turnmire, K., – Corvallis: Center for. This paper reviews evidence of middle Holocene environments, geology, and archaeology in the Southern Plains of the United States. Paleoenvironmental review of data including pollen, vertebrates, mollusks, and stable isotopes indicate drier climates prevailed in this region during the middle Holocene than in the early Holocene or the late Holocene.

Our data provide significant new information regarding the late-Pleistocene and Holocene environmental history for this region, located between the well-studied Southern and Central High Plains of. Late Pleistocene glacial geomorphology and.

the high plains of western and southern Alberta were glaci- reconstruction of Late Pleistocene environments and ev ents. Reider, R.

G., Late Pleistocene and Holocene pedogenic and environmental trends at archaeological sites in plains and mountain areas of Colorado and Wyoming. In Lasca, N. P., and Donahue, J. (eds.), Archaeological Geology of North America.

Boulder, CO: The Geological Society of. The shift from Pleistocene to Holocene environments was the most dramatic period of climatic change in recent earth history. Profound reorganization of biotic communities resulted, with a pattern of diverse patchy environments being replaced by a pattern of zonal communities–from "plaids" to "stripes," according to Guthrie.

The purpose of this study is to reconstruct the geologic history of a sinkhole collapse basin that formed during late Pleistocene time in Meade County, Kansas; to determine the nature of the vertebrate faunas that lived in and around this basin during Illinoian glacial, Sangamon interglacial, and Wisconsin glacial times; and to reconstruct, on the basis of the fossils, some of the local.

Haynes, C.V. Pleistocen and recent stratigraphy Wendrof, Fred Hester, J.J. Late Pleistocene Environments of the Southern High Plains Fort Burgwin Research Center 57 96 Publ.

9 Haynes, C.V. Stratigraphy and late Pleistocene extinction in the United States Martin, P.M. Klein, R.G. Quaternary Extinctions: A Prehistoric Cited by:   Late Pleistocene environments Thanks to Chris for sending the PDF of an interesting lecture in the Netherlands about the evolution of the rivers and the difficult for non-Dutch speakers to follow, but Chris wondered if there was anything radical in.

The Manhattan Airport site, a high terrace consisting of late-Pleistocene to late-Holocene alluvium, provided a good phytolith record for the upper 2m and offers an interesting mix of regional and local environmental signals.

Until his death inPaul Shepard was Avery Professor Emeritus of Human Ecology at Pitzer College and the Claremont Graduate School. Among his books are The Others (Island Press/Shearwater Books, ) and Traces of an Omnivore (Island Press/Shearwater Books, ). Florence R.

Shepard is professor emerita of educational studies at the University of Utah, an essayist, and author of Cited by: Pleistocene Park (Russian: Плейстоценовый парк) is a nature reserve on the Kolyma River south of Chersky in the Sakha Republic, Russia, in northeastern Siberia, where an attempt is being made to re-create the northern subarctic steppe grassland ecosystem that flourished in Location: Russian Arctic, Sakha Republic.

The central theme of this book is the Pleistocene archaeology of extreme northeast Asia and northwest North America, the area that during the late Pleistocene made up the Bering Land Bridge.

Most of the contributors to this volume focus on the archaeological record of Beringia proper, but some examine relevant records from neighboring central Book Edition: General. Vance T. Holliday, Late Quaternary stratigraphy of the Southern High Plains.

In: Eileen Johnson (ed.), Ancient Peoples and Landscapes, Museum of Texas Tech University, p. Eileen Johnson and Vance T. Holliday, Archaeology and Late Quaternary Environments of the Southern High Plains. Holliday, Vance T., Late Quaternary Stratigraphy of the Southern High Plains.

In Ancient Peoples and Landscapes, edited by Eileen Johnson, pp. Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock. Johnson, Eileen and Vance T. Holliday, Archaeology and. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.

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Below is the uncorrected machine-read text. Paleoindians first arrived in Texas more than eleven thousand years ago, although relatively few sites of such early peoples have been discovered. Texas has a substantial post-Paleoindian record, however, and there are more than fifty thousand prehistoric archaeological sites identified across the state.

This comprehensive volume explores in detail the varied experience of native peoples who. In the time they dominated the southern High Plains, Folsom hunters and their several offshoots concentrated their economies on the remnant herds of Pleistocene bison, increasingly on a late subspecies, Bison antiquus occidentalis.

But by 8, years ago the huge Pleistocene bison were : Dan Flores. The book presents an up-to-date, detailed overview of the Quaternary glaciations all over the world, not only with regard to stratigraphy but also with regard to major glacial landforms and the extent of the respective ice sheets.

The locations of key sites are included. The information is presented in digital, uniformly prepared maps which can be used in a Geographical Information System (GIS.

In order to provide better age constraints, a new technique to date volcanogenic zircons preserved in paleosols was utilized.

A concordia age of ± Ma was obtained but appears to represent detrital populations. Evidence of late-Pleistocene alluviation occurs in the form of distinct valley fills beneath two terrace surfaces (T-1 and T-2).

Pleistocene Environments. Until late in the Pleistocene, fine chronologic control is the exception (and rather crude even in later Pleistocene times). Any faunas in the early and mid Pleistocene (and to considerable degree in the late Pleistocene) may be separated by expanses of time long enough to create confusion between different spans.

The Late Pleistocene Cultures of South America environments where they may have moved quickly and adapted readily. Movement into the high alti-tudes of the Central Andes and the high latitudes of southern Patagonia may not have occurred un to 10, years ago, after deglaciation.

Whatever the entry date may be, late Pleistocene. The timing of human entrance into North America has been a topic of debate that dates back to the late 19th century. Central to the modern discussion is not whether late Pleistocene-age populations were present on the continent, but the timing of their arrival.

Key to the debate is the age of tools—bone rods, large prismatic stone blades, and bifacially chipped and fluted stone weapon tips Cited by: 1. Correlating wind and water modified soil-landscape changes to major drought intervals during the late Pleistocene and Holocene using optically stimulated luminescent and radiocarbon ages from fragile soil environments is critical to understanding past environmental change and for proper land management decisions.

Recent improvements in Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) provide an. drill cores and outcrops provide evidence of Late Pleistocene dune activity at sites distributed across the central Great Plains. In addition, Late Pleistocene eolian sands deposited at 20–25 ka are interbedded with loess south of the Sand Hills.

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Various lines of evidence support conflicting interpretations of the timing, abruptness, and nature of climate change in the Great Plains during the Pleistocene-Holocene transition. Loess deposits and paleosols on both the central and northern Great Plains provide a valuable record that can help address these issues.

A synthesis of new and previously reported optical and radiocarbon ages.The research our teams are conducting in the parc of Capivara in Brazil since lead to reveal 6 new Pleistocene archaeological sequences.

The sites are all located within a 20 km area and stem from different sedimentary and topographic environments including: open air, rock shelter, cave at the bottom of cuesta or in karst.Slaughter, B.

H. Ecological interpretation of the Brown Sand Wedge local fauna. Pp, in Late Pleistocene environments of the Southern High Plains (F. Wendorf and J. J. Hester, eds.). Fort Burgwin Research Center Publication,

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